Elizabeth's Triple Duty Space in the City

Elizabeth's Triple Duty Space in the City

Aaron Able
Dec 8, 2009

Jewelry designer Elizabeth Lewis uses her approximately 700 square feet in Murray Hill as a showroom, work space and living area. The New York Times shows us how she does it…

The brownstone apartment has great bones and elegant details — elaborate decorative molding, a non-working fireplace, glass-paned pocket doors and high ceilings allow Elizabeth to keep the furnishings and accessories to a bare minimum and still have a beautiful space to live, work and show off her jewelry designs — Elizabeth Lewis Designs.

For Elizabeth's story and more pictures (she keeps her supplies in the un-used oven!) see The New York Times | The Art of Sparkle and slide show.

Image: ©2009 Chester Higgins Jr./The New York Times

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